Behind the scenes at Orlando Shakespeare Theater

Special Ticket Offer for Romeo and Juliet, Cymbeline, and Red!

Still searching for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift? Take your sweetheart to Orlando Shakes!

$35 gets you 2 tickets to Romeo & JulietCymbeline, or Red  (up to $76 value).

Shakespeare aficionados have a few options to get their fill of the famous playwright. Fans will enjoy the theater’s fresh take on the tragic, enduring love story of Romeo & Juliet. Watch as the insults fly and two star-crossed lovers attempt to defeat all odds in a doomed effort to stay together.


We’re pairing this tragedy with the bard’s fairy-tale of jealousy, betrayal, and adventure, Cymbeline. There’s a princess to rival any Disney heroine and a evil stepmother who out-stepmothers both Cinderella’s and Snow White’s stepmothers, combined! This is sure to be a memorable event as this is the FIRST time Orlando Shakespeare has staged this classic comedy!


If Shakespeare’s not what you’re after, check out Red, by Oscar-Nominated writer John Logan. An electrifying drama about the abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko, Logan’s Tony award-winning production was hailed as “intense and exciting,” by the New York Times (when it premiered in New York in 2010). Logan’s previous works include screenplays for countless hit films such as Gladiator, The Aviator, Any Given Sunday, Sweeney Todd, and Hugo.

Whichever performance you choose to attend, these stories will ignite your passion and imagination. So get to clicking and share with your friends –this promotion ends Thursday at 11:59PM!

For more information on this amazing deal, visit the Google Offers site.


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